Since the end of the Cold War, American nuclear doctrine — such that it is — has maintained a position of intentional ambiguity about how the United States would respond to chemical or biological attacks from rogue states. But implied in all . . .
Penn Press is allowing me to offer an advance copy of the preface, table of contents, and introduction to my newest book. To get the free PDF file, click here. Thanks to my editor, Bill Finan, and Jaime Estrada at Permissions for . . .
This slipped by me last spring, but since I — ahem — had some time on my hands during this inane government shutdown this week, I was catching up on some Russian nuclear news. So file this one under “who cares:” MOSCOW, . . .
If you’d like to see how I link the problem of going to war with Syria to our ongoing inability to change our nuclear doctrine, head over to The National Interest, which is carrying my piece today on U.S. nuclear doctrine.